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Souriz The study, published online July 6 in the journal Sex Roles, also identified factors that protect girls from objectifying themselves. Psychologists at Knox College in Galesburg, Ill. Sixty girls were shown two dolls, one dressed in tight and Souris girls want sex "sexy" clothes and the other wearing a trendy but covered-up, loose outfit.
Using a different set of dolls for each question, wamt researchers then asked each girl to choose the doll that: Across-the-board, girls chose the "sexy" doll most often. The results were significant Souris girls want sex two categories: Other studies have found that sexiness boosts popularity among girls but not boys.
Starr and her research adviser and co-author, Gail Ferguson, also looked at Souris girls want sex that influenced the girls' responses. Most of the girls were recruited from two public schools, but a smaller subset was recruited from a local dance studio.
The girls in this latter group actually chose the non-sexualized doll more often for each of the four questions than did the Souris girls want sex group. Being involved in dance and other sports has been linked to greater body appreciation and higher body image in teen girls and women, Starr said.
Media consumption alone didn't influence girls to prefer the sexy doll. But girls who watched a lot of TV and movies and who had mothers who reported self-objectifying tendencies, such as worrying about their clothes and appearance many times a day, in the study were more likely to say the sexy doll was popular. Souris girls want sexDivorced Lady Search Naughty Swingers
The authors suggest that the media or moms who sexualize women may predispose girls toward objectifying themselves; then, the other factor mom or media reinforces the messages, amplifying the effect. On the other hand, mothers who reported often using TV and movies as teaching moments about bad behaviors and unrealistic scenarios were much less likely to have daughters who said they looked like the sexy doll. The power of maternal instruction during media viewing Souris girls want sex explain why every additional hour of TV- or movie-watching actually decreased the odds by 7 percent that a girl would choose the sexy doll as popular, Starr said.
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Girls who consumed a lot of media but who had religious mothers were protected against self-sexualizing, perhaps because these moms "may be more likely to model higher body-esteem and communicate values such as modesty," the authors wrote, which could mitigate the images portrayed on TV or in the movies.
Another possibility is that mothers of girls who displayed sexualized attitudes and behaviors had responded by restricting the amount of TV and Souris girls want sex their daughters could watch. Regardless, Souris girls want sex authors underlined, "low media consumption is not a silver bullet" against early self-sexualization in girls.
Recent books like "The Lolita Effect" Overlook TP, and "So Sexy So Soon" Ballantine Books, have raised concerns that girls are being sexualized at a young age, and Starr said her study is Souris girls want sex first to provide empirical evidence wabt the trend. Inthe American Psychological Association sounded the alarm in a report on the sexualization of girls.
Souris girls want sex documented consequences of self-objectification and sexualization that have been identified in mainly college-age women, ranging from distractibility during mental tasks and eating disorders to reduced condom use and fewer women pursuing careers in math and science.
Starr and her colleagues wrote that they expected similar outcomes in younger adolescents Soruis girls.
The APA report, which inspired the new study, cited widespread sexualization of women in popular culture. The authors cited examples like "advertisements e. Bratz dolls dressed in Elk Amersfoort nude clothing such as miniskirts, fishnet stockings and feather boasclothing e.
Eileen Zurbriggen, a Ladies want sex Krebs of psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and chairwoman of the APA Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls, said the buffering effects of religious beliefs and instruction, co-viewing of media and lower levels Souris girls want sex maternal self-objectification grils by the new study are exciting, because they "suggest Souris girls want sex parents can do a lot to protect girls from the sexualizing culture.
Moms can help their daughters navigate a sexualizing world by instructing their daughters about their values and by not demonstrating objectified and sexualized behaviors themselves. Starr studied the influence of mothers because there's more evidence that daughters model themselves after their mothers, but she believes that fathers may also play an important role in how young girls see themselves.
She would also like to look at how fathers and the media influence boys' understanding of sexualized messages and views toward women. Souris girls want sex research is also needed, she said, on the consequences of sexualization on young girls' health, well-being and identity, and whether young girls who objectify themselves gkrls act out these sexual behaviors.Fuck Local Women Earth City Missouri
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